Record Hits The Stores

New software application from Propellerhead is available for sale worldwide      09/09/09
Record Hits The Stores


Propellerhead Software today released for sale worldwide Record, the recording software that puts the musician in focus. They say that Record, software for both Mac and Windows, combines effortless recording and a stunning software mixer console with a limitless rack of audio processing gear that builds itself or can be infinitely customized. Over 50,000 users tested Record during its beta test period, which began in May.
Ernst Nathorst-Böös, CEO, told us, "We figured it was time that someone took a fresh look at recording from a musician's perspective. Not needing to bolt music features onto an aging audio application, we truly started from scratch with full knowledge of today's computer architectures and capabilities. Record is the result. In short we wanted to do what we've always done--help people make more and better music."
Here's what Propellerhead Software have to say abour Record...
Recording done right
Built for independent minded musicians, Record has the feel of a million dollar recording studio with the streamlined simplicity of a tape deck. For guitar players, the built-in virtual POD® from Line 6 brings a wide range of top quality guitar amps and cabinets. Record's software mixer's sound is faithfully modeled* after the renowned SSL® 9000K hardware with flexible routing, full dynamics, EQ, advanced effects handling and complete automation. With its state-of-the-art dynamic multicore audio handling, Record uses a computer's processing power to its fullest.
Users will never have worry about track counts, latency issues or adding that extra reverb or effect. With a straightforward interface, it won't get in the way of ideas and will inspire users to make more music.
Seamless integration with Reason
Owners of Reason have seamless integration in Record with their Reason instruments and devices. Not only will Record open Reason files directly, if Reason is installed and registered, all Reason devices appear in Record's rack without plugging-in or launching a second application. For Reason owners, Propellerhead offers a special sidegrade called Record for Reason Owners that provides a complete copy of Record and updates any version of Reason to work with Record. For new users who want to buy both together, Propellerhead offers Record + Reason Duo, a bundle of both programs in a single package.
Pricing and Availability:
Record is available for sale worldwide today from authorized Propellerhead dealers and through Propellerhead's online store:
  • Record standalone software: MSRP of $299 USD / €279 EUR/ £229
  • Record + Reason Duo bundle: MSRP of $629 USD / €535 EUR/ £437
  • Record for Reason Owners sidegrade: MSRP of $149 USD / €129 EUR/ £115
More information:
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    6 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
       Said...

    im sorry... but NO WAY will anyone buy this who bought 3rd party software synths... and have a big investment in them.... RECORD .. doesnt support vst...just their own proprietary Reason.. what where they thinking.....oh well....we'll see how they sell.. personally im going with STUDIO ONE presonus

    09-Sep-09 01:30 PM


    The Guvnor    Said...

    The Props have always said that they don't support 3rd party plug-ins for the simple reason that they can optimize the product that way, although for some reason (no pun intended) my PC cant even load certain Reason-produced songs as it is considered not 'powerful' enough, even though I have no trouble loading tracks with my other DAWs.

    I for one own Reason 4 and am treating this as a $150 upgrade to 'Reason 5' and not as the touted mini-DAW and am eagerly awaiting the usual 'box 'o' software & 'bonus' stickers.

    Reason is a pretty good self contained fun-to-use program to bang out tracks on and being able to record external audio now is a big plus that was missing from the original, but I agree with you that the lack of VST support is a major pain (I use Ableton & Cubase for these - another big investment).

    09-Sep-09 07:41 PM


    Entourage    Said...

    This would normally seem like a dull addition to Props line of products.. kind of 'too little, too late' But Holy God, that mixer sounds AMAZING!! Seriously, it sounds so fantastic.. I was absolutely amazed with my final mixes! I'm tired of these over-boated DAWS that are made for engineers more so than musicians. This is perfect for musicians, without any loss on the sound quality. Really. Give the demo a try & be amazed by this fabulous mixer, you will be amazed. I came into this cynical, believe it or not, but have been CONVERTED!

    So long Sonar 8.. you've been an OK companion but I'm not an engineer & Record's final product actually sounds better than anything I ever made from you!

    09-Sep-09 10:06 PM


    Nick b    Said...

    thats really interesting Entourage, it's not often you hear about the sound of a DAW, I think we usually assume that its all 1s and 0s so how can it be different. Are you using the same audio hardware for both systems?

    10-Sep-09 02:19 AM


    Mystic radio    Said...

    that means for me to use my OMNISPHERE.... IVORY..... PHILHARMONIK VSL etc.. id have to buy a RECEPTOR or v-machine and input my softsynths thru audio.... more expense.

    10-Sep-09 11:48 AM


    mikebeck    Said...

    I like the mixer, too. I figure it's probably got a modeled sound, just like a lot of other plugins, except these models are built in rather than added on. I was able to get a 24 track "band" mix sounding good very quick. I could see using it for mixing only.

    10-Sep-09 09:50 PM


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